This is your typical launcher upgrade flash game. The theme is cute and simplistic, and the goals are straight forward. Set in the Wild West, your objective is to build a burger with the best ingredients, and then launch it over the desert. The farther you launch it, the more money you get for this projectile piece of meat. If you launch it low, you hit and receive money for limes, but if you launch it a little higher, you hit stars, and make more money. There are also funny power-ups and pitfalls littered in the sky. Careful or you might accidentally land on an Indian Chief!
The advice for making the burger comes in very sparse intervals along the ground. It would be nice if they were a little more common.
Some of the power ups, and even the stars do not really tie into the Western theme. I would have liked to see more of a cohesive selection.
This game involves you throwing burgers. That alone makes it awesome, but what’s even better is that you can propel your burger higher by squirting sauce out of the back!
Overall I really enjoyed the game. Its simplistic and entertaining! What more could you ask for?
A top-down, post nuclear war RPG. A cult classic on the NES.
A very unique, simple (but not easy) side scrolling RPG-like NES game.
As I get older I’ve discovered that I prefer to play kids game more than the GTA and Call of Duty games I would waste hours on. Perhaps due to my deteriorating hand-eye coordination… I digress. Recently I’ve been playing the original Lego Indiana Jones.
Who knew a blank, black screen could be so entertaining? “Blindscape”, by creator Gavin Brown, is an iOS and Android game where players use their sense of hearing, not their vision, to play (http://www.blindscapegame.com).
If you’re a fan of Red Dead Redemption, you won’t be able to pass this by. The style and setting of the game is the same as the original with the various missions and ways to earn what you need (in this case ammo), but there are new weapons, and of course, zombies. There was obvious strong attention to detail while playing this game. It is unapologetically campy, which is wonderful, and the gore is what every zombie lover could hope for.
LCR, or Left Center Right is a dice game of chance made up of 3 or more players. As a player you don’t make any decisions and the outcome of the game relies solely on how the dice is rolled.
Munchkin, as the cover art says- Kill the Monsters, Steal the Treasure and Stab Your Buddy. An easy to pickup and play, competitive card game. The instructions do look a little intimidating but after a few rounds, gameplay is smooth and fun.